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Ch 52 Removable Pros

Removable prosthodontics

the surgical shaping and smoothing of the margins of the tooth socket after extraction of the tooth, generally in preparation for the placement of prosthesis alveoplasty
dental laboratory device that simulates the mandibular and temporomandibular joint movement when models of the dental arches are attached to it articulator
rigid,preformed shape used during the fitting of a full denture to represent the base of teh denture baseplate
process of using fingers to contour a closer adaptation of the margins of an impression while still in the mouth border molding
having the jaws in a position that produces a centrally related occlusion centric
piece of metal that joins the various parts of a partial denture also called bar connector
thin metal covering or cap placed over a prepared tooth coping
without teeth edentulous
procedure to trim or shape a denture to simulate normal tissue appearance festooning
parts of a full or partial denture that extend from the teeth to the border of the denture flange
metal skeleton of a removable partial denture framework
prosthesis that replaces all of the teeth in one arch full denture
temporary denture placed after the extraction of anterior teeth immediate denture
sliding position of the mandible to the left or right of the centric position lateral excursion
chewing mastication
rim built on the baseplate to register vertical dimension and occlusal relationship of the mandibular and maxillary arches occlusal rim
full denture suported by two ro more remaining natural teeth overdenture
removable prosthesis that replaces teeth within the same arch partial denture
seal in back of a full or partial denture that holds it in place ; also called a posterior palatal seal post dam
specific areas in the mouth where a removable prosthesis may rub or apply more pressure pressure points
position of the mandible placed forward as related to the maxilla protrusion
procedure to replace the entire denture base material on an existing prosthesis rebasing
procedure to resurface the tissue side of a partial or full denture so that it fits more accurately relining
the body's processes of eliminating existing bone or hard tissue structure resorption
metal projection on or near the retainer of a partial denture rest
device used to hold attachments and abutments of a removable prosthesis in place retainer
position of the mandible posterior from the centric position as related to the maxilla retrusion
clear plastic tray that represents the alveolus as it should appear after teeth have been extracted template
abnormal growths of bone in a specific area tori
rounded area on the outer surface of the maxillary bones in the area of the posterior teeth tuberosity
a partial denture replaces one or more teeth in the same arch and is commonly referred to as what partial
a full denture replaces all teeth in the same arch and is commonly referred to as what denture
what 3 common oral habits would make it hard for a patient to wear a denture clenching,grinding and mouth breathing
a removable partial denture receives its support and retention from what underlying tissues and remaining teeth
what kind of artificial teeth are more succeptible to fracture and cause abrasion to the opposing natural teeth porcelain
how many appointments should you tell a patient they will need to make if they are getting a partial denture 5
how long should the delivery appointment be 20-30 minutes
how many appointments should you tell the patient they wil need to make if they are getting a full denture 6
during the healing processs an immediate denture also serves as what compress and bandage to protect the surgical area
how long after an immediate denture is delivered should you tell a patient to come in and have it religned or replaced 3-6 months
do not soak the denture in hot water,or strong solutions such as undiluted bleach
when should you tell a patient to not wear their denture at night
at what appointment should you pick the shade for a partial denture 2
at what appointment should you pick the shade for a full denture 3
what are the 4 components of a full denture base,flange,post dam, and artificial teeth
what are the 5 components of a partial denture framework, connectors, retainer, rest, artificial teeth
what teeth are usually not put on a partial/full denture third molars
the presence of a new object such as a porsthesis in the oral cavity may stimulate what an excessive flow of saliva
Created by: cynthia.fryer
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